This course introduces students to the basic structure, terminology, and scope of macroeconomics. Topics include a definition of economics; supply, demand, and the resulting macroeconomic problems; national income accounting; determination of output and employment levels; savings and investments; inflation and unemployment; money and banking; and fiscal and monetary policy.

This course is a continuation of ECO 201. It covers market structures; theory of consumer behavior; supply, demand and elasticity; costs of production; price and output determination; current economic problems; and international economics.

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